Crime and Punishment in Medieval Times: The Life, Trial, and Execution of Joan of Arc
The lesson studies the life, trial, and execution of Joan of Arc, and examines their relation to current legal processes, demonstrating changing notions of law and how legal categories of right and wrong (as well as broader public perceptions) change over time.View PDF
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